NYU Health Insurance: Best In-Network Therapists

The following therapists accept NYU health insurance. They specialize in seeing college students, and have expertise in areas like academic stress, anxiety, depression, LGBTQ topics, gender identity, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, ADHD, addictions, and obsessive compulsive disorder.

Find the best NYU Health Insurance therapist for your needs on Zencare, below! Filter your search results by specialty, availability, location, and more. Watch introductory videos of each therapist, and book a free call to assess whether the therapist is right for you.

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How to find an NYU Health Insurance therapist

How much does therapy cost with NYU Health Insurance?

Students who have NYU-sponsored health insurance plans have a maximum out of pocket expense of $20 per visit, according to NYU.  

Where are most NYU Health Insurance therapists located?

Most therapists who accept NYU insurance have offices in Union Square and Greenwich Village, New York City. Some also offer remote video sessions for clients' convenience.

What should I look for in a therapist for academic issues?

Look for a therapist who has specialized training and experience with your area of concern. For example, if you’re looking for help for academic issues, filter by that specialty.

It’s also crucial to work with a therapist with whom you feel comfortable. To assess fit prior to making an appointment, schedule initial calls with one or more potential therapists to ask them more about your practice, and gauge whether you might feel comfortable opening up to them.